Last Saturday, I took my girl here for lunch so she could try the nasi kerabu that I thought was pretty good and yes, as expected, she enjoyed it…

La'zzaty Cuisine nasi kerabu

…and gave her two thumbs up in approval.

In the meantime, the mum went for the nasi campur (mixed rice)…

La'zzaty Cuisine nasi campur 1

…and had the sambal petai (stink beans) with prawns, kerabu daging and some sotong  (squid) dish.

I also went for the nasi campur – the ikan bakar (grilled fish) looked so good I simply couldn’t resist…

La'zzaty Cuisine nasi campur 2

…and of course, I had the liver and yes, I loved petai too!

I also had some ladies fingers and brinjal from the ulam selections and helped myself generously to the sambal belacan (dried prawn paste)…

La'zzaty Cuisine ulam

Oh boy! That was so good too! My missus helped herself to what I took and yes, it sure looked like she loved it as well, as much as she liked her picks from the nasi campur cabinet/counter and I sure enjoyed mine too!

The total, inclusive of drinks, came up to only RM29.80, around AUD/NZD10.00 for the three of us and I liked how everybody here is very friendly and always ready to answer any question that I ask. I saw some people with all the dishes in small plates, shared by everybody and eaten with rice…and one of the guys said I may do that too if I am thus inclined when I go for the nasi campur, instead of dumping everything on top of the rice. Perhaps I’ll do that next time…

LA’ZZATY CUISINE (2.307198, 111.828479) is located along Jalan Tun Abang Haji Openg on the left if you are coming from town, right after the SHELL petrol station, at its junction with Jalan Nibong. The Sibu Buddhist Temple is on your right on the other side of the road.

Author: suituapui

Ancient relic but very young at heart. Enjoys food and cooking...and travelling and being with friends.

9 thoughts on “Approve…”

  1. The nasi kerabu and grilled fish look good! I miss the nasi kerabu that I had in Kelantan… and it’s only RM1.50 a pack! I couldn’t believe it until I have to ask the price twice. LOL

    Here, the packets of nasi lemak is that price. We had packed nasi kerabu for RM4.50, with one small piece of fried chicken, not bad too but not as nice as this…and not anymore for a while now. Maybe, they will appear during Ramadan.

  2. the food looks flooded with spicy flavours – two thumbs up indeed, plus two toes! 😀

    I so love our own Malaysian cuisine, a whole lot more than most of the rest.

  3. Nice choices of dishes. Great to have brinjal and ladies with sambal.

    I like ladies fingers but my girl prefers the brinjal. There were others – I just picked two.

  4. The nasi kerabu looks really good. Gosh, I must go and eat nasi kerabu soon. LOL!

    We’re so glad they have it here now – so fed up with the other one, only on Saturdays now, full house, service at a snail’s pace or worse, not open for no reason! We will not bother to go back there again.

  5. Good that you had found another stall that serves nice nasi kerabu, the grilled fish really looks good, I guess it must be very yummy

    Yes, we sure enjoyed our lunch, so full after all that…and it is less than SGD10.00 for 3!

  6. Is that Okra?

    Yes, aka ladies’ fingers. Lightly boiled and eaten with the dip. Very nice, very sweet.

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